This month’s First Friday events include the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art’s opening of “Inner City Inspiration: An Artist’s Evolution in Clay” (April 1-May 14), featuring work by IU Associate Professor of Ceramic Art Malcolm Mobutu Smith, including a large-scale graffiti mural. Details here.
“Annie Get Your Gun” fires up at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, March 31-May 8. Details here.
“American Idol” contender Kellie Pickler headlines a free concert as part of the NCAA Women’s Final Four Tourney Town at the Indiana Convention Center April 2. Details here.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art screens “Selections from Project 35,” a trio of videos selected by a team of international curators, April 1-Oct. 30. Details here.
Pianist Jeremy Denk joins the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for a weekend of Sibelius, Ravel and Mozart, April 1-2. Details here.
Comic Adam Carolla performs at the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, April 1. Details here.
Old 97s return to the Vogue April 3. Details here.
The St. Petersburg Symphony comes to the Palladium April 3. Details here.
Dennis DeYoung brings the music of Styx to a concert with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra March 31. Details here.